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CTA’s Diversity Program Hosts Pre-Apprenticeship Fair for Area High School Students

CTA’s Diversity Program Hosts Pre-Apprenticeship Fair for Area High School Students

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) partnered with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) to bring over 100 students from Bowen High School, Chicago Vocational Career (CVCA), Simeon Career and Harlan Community Academies… Read more »

ComEd Generates Girl Power

ComEd Generates Girl Power

The auditorium at ComEd’s Chicago Training Center saw a rising voltage of girl power as more and more young women from Chicago-area high schools filled the room and took their… Read more »

Congressman García Secures $12.2 Million for Community Projects in his District

Congressman García Secures $12.2 Million for Community Projects in his District

With the passage of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2024, which is the first package of six government funding bills, Congressman Jesús “Chuy” García (IL-04) has secured • $12,216,031 in Community Project… Read more »

City of Chicago Announces Chicago Riverwalk Concession Program Opportunities

City of Chicago Announces Chicago Riverwalk Concession Program Opportunities

City of Chicago issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for concession operations for the Chicago Riverwalk.  The goal of this RFP is to receive proposals from qualified teams who can… Read more »

Humboldt Park Teen Earns ULBGC 2024 Youth of the Year

Humboldt Park Teen Earns ULBGC 2024 Youth of the Year

Ta’Aliyah Sorrels, 17, a longtime member of Union League Boys & Girls Clubs’ Baretto Club in Humboldt Park, has been named the Union League Boys & Girls Clubs 2024 Youth… Read more »

IBHE Awards $1.4 Million to Nursing Schools Across the State

IBHE Awards $1.4 Million to Nursing Schools Across the State

The Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) has awarded nursing school grants to 12 institutions, including Concordia University, Loyola University, and Illinois State University, to name a few -totaling $1.4… Read more »

Richard J. Daley College to Host Women in Manufacturing, Engineering Day for H.S. Students

Richard J. Daley College to Host Women in Manufacturing, Engineering Day for H.S. Students

Richard J. Daley College’s Center of Excellence in advanced manufacturing and engineering will host Women In Manufacturing and Engineering Day at the College in its state-of-the-art facility known as MTEC… Read more »

CDPH Investigating Measles at Pilsen New Arrivals Shelter

CDPH Investigating Measles at Pilsen New Arrivals Shelter

The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced Sunday a second confirmed case of measles in a resident of a new arrivals shelter in Pilsen and doubled down on its… Read more »

HFS to Proceed with Health Benefits for Immigrant Adults, Seniors Redetermination Process

HFS to Proceed with Health Benefits for Immigrant Adults, Seniors Redetermination Process

The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services (HFS) will begin annual redeterminations, or eligibility verifications, for Health Benefits for Immigrant Adults (HBIA) and Health Benefits for Immigrant Seniors (HBIS)… Read more »

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) is urging Illinoisans to learn more about the illness and the need for regular screenings. Colorectal… Read more »